Common Sense Media are an American organisation set up to help parents and children in the internet age. They have some fantastic resources to use to help keep your children safe on the internet. The news feed is available on the e-Safety Resource page. Click here for the link.
After half term, we are hoping to have an e-Safety bulletin every 2 weeks with information that will help to keep your children safe at home and in the digital world.
For this first bulletin, the focus is on Sexting. There have been news stories over the last few days about how children in primary schools are now being exposed to explicit messages.
The Nottingham Evening Post published a story yesterday about teachers in Nottinghamshire receiving training about it.
Here is a guide about how you can help to keep your child safe.